A whopping 300 tons of sand went into making the impressive fairytale-like castle which measures 26 foot high and nearly 80 foot across.
The huge castle was built in by Brit Paul Hoggard and a team of 10 international sand artists.
Paul, 43, and his dutch partner Remy, 38, worked for seven days on the beach creating the sand castle near Scheveningen, in Holland.
It was built to celebrate nearly 20 years of sand art at the town which was one of the first in Europe to see large-scale sand art building.
Former busker Paul, who started sand sculpting 10 years ago, said the castle was a real joy to make.